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this? >> and talking about-- they won't have to work, i'm not saying that's going to happen. someone else is going to fill that job and a little lowering of the employment rate. >> i'm not saying it's a good policy. i'm saying the effect-- >> i agree and i'll also say that this-- it's very small and this program is about two months of disability which i would prefer not to pay taxpayer money for because that expense goes to people that could be working as well and these people are really for the small payment and you're giving the state more power to determine how they want to manage their welfare program. the federal mandate to work is really what you're talking about and concern about all four there. >> gary b, you're a conservative. are you for this? >> well, god bless jonas for help finding the silver
lining. and finding the good point. >> not at all. >> thankfully he's on the show. the bigger issue, should we be doing it? historically, the government covers carrots or things they want to do. more deduction because they want you to own a home. they offer depreciation equipment they want factories to build more, you're offering an incentive for people not to work. even if jonas is right and the effect is zero, it strikes the american public as the wrong thing to do. as toby points out. do we want people lying in bed making money? the answer is no, we shouldn't be doing it. >> brenda: john? >> and how far have we gone to becoming a european entitlement nation now? recently the world bank told the spanish government that their employees are on vacation and they get sick, they have to get granted more
vacation. >> whoa. >> and viva, viva-- >> and quite a policy when you have people out there pounding the pavement, and the kenard in your earlier point, those people not in bed or taking smoking cessation courses might work a part-time job that might end in a full-time job. >> and okay. all right. and we've got to stop it now. thanks, guys and thank you to steve for joining us, we appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> brenda: so, ralph loren getting a lot of flak for its made in china uniforms. but we have the other all american olympic champ that could have you seeing gold. [ male announcer ] let's say you need to take care of legal matters. wouldn't it be nice if there was an easier, less-expensive option than using a traditional lawyer? well, legalzoom came up with a better way. we took the best of the old and combined it with modern technology. together you get quality services on your terms,
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breaking bad episodes before the season kicked off. i own the stock, love it, $100 by the end of the year. >> john, bull or bear. >> i'm a bear on that one. >> brenda: what do you like? >> it's golf season and see a quick quarter for nike and apparel and 25% up by the end of summer. >> brenda: another big golfer, toby, what do you think? >> and it's definitely breaking bad. they've already moved. [laughter] >> jonas, your prediction. >> one of the internet's early social sites, and the people say that's the end of the dot-com super bubble two and that's not vanguard information technology fund 20% in a year. >> brenda: gary b, bull or bear. >> bear, the only peck i don't like of the day. >> brenda: tobin. >> sirius logic. >> brenda: jonas, bull 0 are bear. >> too much for one company.
>> you like business and like laughs, cavuto and business. >> neil: and president obama on the rich and a poll out that americans don't care whether he is rich. isn't that rich? and welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto, it's true, a new poll showing three out of four americans feeling mitt romney's wealth isn't an issue and it wasn't make a difference in their vote. and at least stop develop phiing it, and celebrating it, and have him back, charles payne, adam lashinsky and charlie gasperino. >> i'm not surprised by this poll, although four out of five. it used to be five out of five. people want it to be rich or-- >> and some would have people right now, and angry and bitter. >> listen, in america we know that success is byproduct,
it's a byproduct of hard work, sacrifice and smarts, we respect that, we really do respect that despite this massive pr campaign against it and i still hope it back fires. >> neil: ben stein, what do you think. >> the hypocrisy on the part of the democrats is beyond believe. the greatest was fdr, the family eight off gold plates and john f. kennedy, and unbelievable decadent luxury. lbj one of the richest men